Ciao Super Sic, RIP

October 27, 2011
Marco Simoncelli death

Today is Motogp rising star, Macro Simoncelli’s funeral, held in Santa Maria Assunta church in Coriano, Italy, Simoncelli’s hometown. It was a huge turnout, with his family, girlfriend, and fellow riders, both past and current, in attendance, notably Valentino Rossi, Giacomo Agostini, Alex Criville, Simone Corsi, Yuki Takahashi, Raffaele de Rosa, Chaz Davies, Mattia Pasini, […]

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Something I know about people

September 28, 2011
Something about people
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Today is the Day I Almost Died…Three Years Ago

September 23, 2011
Ronald in ICU

As the title says, today, September 23rd is the day I almost packed it in and went to heaven. This isn’t something I like to talk about very much to anyone, as it gave me a long bout of depression which basically set me back for almost two years. Today I’m fine about it (I […]

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It’s Nice to Know I Still Have Fans

September 2, 2011
Ronald Lee on Facebook

Everyone once in a while I get recognized on the street because of my past relationship/lifestyle coaching. I’d be walking through downtown or English Bay or at the mall and someone will come and say ‘hi’ or shake my hand and chat or say something nice. The other night someone messaged me out of the […]

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The Vancouver Stanley Cup Riots were a Joke while the London Riots Meant Something

September 1, 2011
Vancouver Riot vs London Riots

Between 6th and 10th August 2011, several London boroughs and cities and districts across England suffered widespread rioting, looting and arson (see London Riots on Wikipedia). It was four days of mayhem where all hell broke lose, people were hurt and property was damaged. On June 15th, 2011, the downtown Vancouver core suffered the Stanley […]

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Is Vancouver Police Chief Jim Chu an Effective Ring Leader?

August 31, 2011
Jim Chu Vancouver Police Chief

Vancouver Police Chief Jim Chu is the ring leader of the local city  mafia , I mean,  enforcers , erm,  circus clowns police department. He is the man responsible for failing to protect the city against the Vancouver Stanley Cup Riots on June 15th, if there is anyone to blame it is him (and the […]

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Gregor Robertson, Vancouver Mayor is a fine Mayor

August 29, 2011
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson

(With the defeat of the HST in the recent referrendum, I thought I’d turn my attention to the leadership of both the city of Vancouver and the Province over the next few posts). A reason why Vancouver is a great is because we finally got it right and put Gregor Robertson into the mayor’s office. […]

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How Much Do You Want to be Champion? MotoGP Riders Want it a Lot!

August 28, 2011
Valentino Rossi is a great MotoGP rider

MotoGP is the top motorcycle racing class in the world. In the “Premiere Class” there are 17 riders representing three manufacturors competing at 18 circuits around the world. This is a gentleman’s sport and there’s big money in it from corporate sponsorships to race betting. The bikes go fast, each capable of reaching over 350 […]

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How did you Vote for the HST? I RELUCTANTLY Voted to Keep It

August 25, 2011
Bill-Vander-Zalm-and-the-HST

Were you one of the 52% of the Province of BC who voted to in the recently passed HST referendum? Unlike one of my friends who “meant to vote but didn’t get around to it” I hope you were part of what could possibly be the highest turnout for a mailout referrendum ever in this […]

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